“I woke up this morning with a strong resolve to attend the Nigeria Law School in the next academic session. Of course, are you asking me for my qualifications to be admitted? Very simple.
First, I have a sworn affidavit stating that I have the required qualifications to enable me be admitted into the Law School and that my credentials are with the Director of Administration of NTA, the establishment I retired from.
Secondly, I have a recommendation from the Vice Chancellor of the university I attended, the University of Benin that I WILL PASS the final Bachelor of Law degree with a Second Class Upper.
Thirdly, since my records at NTA show that I have a Bachelor of Law degree, I will present a statement from NTA Director of Corporate Affairs to the effect that from their records, I have a Bachelor of Law degree and was educated to university level even though the original, CTC or photocopies of my credentials are not in their possession.
If the Law School requests for the originals and copies of my credentials, I will tell them that there is nowhere in the 1999 Constitution (as Amended) that says I must accompany my admission forms with copies of my credentials. I will also tell them that their condition that I should attach copies of my credentials is a subsidiary condition inferior to the Nigeria Constitution.
If the Nigeria Law School denies me admission for not producing the credentials to back up my qualifications claim, I will sue the Law School relying on the Atiku/PDP vs INEC & others (2019) per Garba Mohammed (or is it Muhammad or Muhammadu), JCA.
I am waiting for the Nigeria Law School to dare me by refusing me admission.”
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